By now you’re well aware President Trump has floated the idea of the United States buying Greenland. On Monday, Trump shared a hilarious photoshop from Ricochet’s Jon Gabriel speculating what might be in store for Greenland:
I promise not to do this to Greenland! pic.twitter.com/03DdyVU6HA
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 20, 2019
And with that, the media firefighters were on the job, starting with the Associated Press:
— Michael Malice (@michaelmalice) August 21, 2019
Maybe this would have been a better way for the AP to put it:
— jon gabriel (@exjon) August 21, 2019
How dare you give out #FakeNews !!
Where’s Snopes on this?
Can’t they take a break from stalking the Babylon Bee to clear this up?
— Fredo’s He/Him Aggressive Scents Outloud (@RantsOutloud) August 21, 2019
We need @snopes on this stat.
— The Left Ruins Everything (@TheLeftRuins) August 21, 2019
— neontaster (@neontaster) August 21, 2019
looks like sophisticated Russian photo doctoring technology to me
— ? Neil Mink? (@AttorneyMink) August 21, 2019
I thought CNN would be the first to call it a fake picture but it's the AP, lame stream media outdoing each other again.
— ✌️Aisha✌️ (@OliKAG2020) August 21, 2019
The funny Greenland thing yesterday is the Associated Press calling his Trump Tower in Greenland pic a "doctored photo". A hilarious "Snopes fact checking satire" move. The comedy is just off the charts.
— Coder4Liberty (@Coder4Liberty) August 21, 2019
Snopes is busy fact-checking the Babylon Bee, but when they’re finished maybe they can get on this one.
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